This is much better than I was expecting, the power is awesome, the only other whisky with this sort of power I have tried are 1972 Brora's, believe me that is a compliment.
The more older Glendullans I have the more I like the distillery which is really underrated in my view.
Apple strudel mixed with brandy springs to mind here, I like it.
Rum & raisin ice cream, double cream, caramel slices, spices of various descriptions.
The sherry is coming through so is sticky toffee pudding.
Creamy mouthfeel and the power is telling, my tongue has gone numb.
Nice sweetness, some peat and an atomic bomb size pepper bomb but the overall effect is really good.
There is a little fudge, dark moist sponge cake, the sherry is equally weighted with the peat.
If it was a little sweeter it would get over 90
Calms down a little , or so I thought but then another ground assault of pepper lashed over your tongue